Real estate agents in Adelaide's inner west are preparing for house prices to take a hit in the wake of controversial changes to the catchment zone for two public high schools.
Teachers are calling for big banks to be kicked out of school, saying programs like the Commonwealth Bank's Dollarmites are a way to market banking products to children and do nothing to help them become financially literate.
A judge at the Jerusalem District Court dismisses arguments that the life of Malka Leifer, who is fighting extradition to Australia on charges she sexually abused girls at the orthodox Adass Israel school, is life is in immediate danger if she remains in prison.
Jo Coleman loves walking her kids to school, but when they get older they will want to go by themselves. When that happens she is considering joining many other parents who use a device to track their trip.
A former education minister lists the top five questions he says parents need to ask when meeting their child's teachers. We've asked two teachers to take a look and give their own assessment of the list.
NSW Education Minister Rob Stokes blames the state's education standards authority for an error that resulted in the incorrect year published at the bottom of every student's HSC certificate.
Parents and teachers say the Queensland Government's policy on air-conditioning in state schools is unfair, disadvantaging some students based on their postcode, or socio-economic background.
Public primary schools in NSW will enforce a mobile phone ban from next year and high schools will have the option of signing up to the crackdown after a State Government review finds the devices lead to online bullying and distraction.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison challenges the Federal Opposition to back the Government's bill to ban religious schools from discriminating against LGBTI students, drawing an angry response from Labor.